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Canada’s PNP Immigration Results For November 2020

Certain Canadian provinces and territories are allowed to hold draws. Here is Canada’s PNP immigration results for the month of November.

This past month November, Canadian provinces continued inviting potential immigrants to apply for provincial nomination and advance into the next round of the immigration process.

About 3,744 immigration candidates received invitations through a provincial immigration program this November.

The PNP allows participating provinces and territories in Canada to select a specified number of economic immigrants each year and choose them for Canadian permanent residence.

There are currently more than Eighty (80) PNP streams in Eleven (11) provinces and territories, and each stream is designed to target immigrants who meet the specific labor market and economic needs of those regions.

In most participating provinces and territories, there is now at least one PNP program that is linked with the federal Express Entry system, which is Canada’s main source of economic immigration.

Express Entry-linked PNP streams allow a province to select Express Entry candidates and invite them to apply for a provincial nomination.

These streams allow provinces to choose candidates in the federal Express Entry system, which manages the pool of candidates for three of Canada’s major economic immigration categories—the Federal Skilled Trades Class, Federal Skilled Workers Class, and Canadian Experience Class.

Express Entry candidates who are selected by a province or territory are awarded an extra 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System score.

PNP programs that operate outside of Express Entry referred to as ‘Base’ PNPs, can also choose candidates, who then pursue Canadian permanent residence outside of the Express Entry system.

Here is a highlight of immigration results, provincial program updates, or and rounds of invitations from the month of November:

British Columbia

  • invited 360 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination via five streams of the BC PNP on November 24.
  • invited Seventy-six (76) candidates to apply for a provincial nomination via four streams of the BC PNP on Nov. 17. This was a Tech Pilot draw.
  • invited 358 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination through five streams of the BC PNP on Nov. 10.
  • invited Seventy-six (76) candidates to apply for a provincial nomination through four streams of the BC PNP on Nov. 3rd. This was a Tech Pilot draw.

Manitoba

  • invited 196 immigration candidates, including forty (40) Express Entry candidates, to apply to the MPNP under three MPNP streams on Nov. 19.
  • invited 205 immigration candidates, including Seven (7) Express Entry candidates, to apply to the MPNP under three MPNP streams on Nov. 5.

Newfoundland and Labrador

The NLPNP is currently working on a new PNP stream, Priority Skills Newfoundland and Labrador, targeting highly skilled and educated individuals with experience in the province’s in-demand sectors.

Ontario

  • opened the Employer Job Offer: International Student stream for an intake period on Nov. 26 and closed the intake period due to technical difficulties.
  • reached the intake quota for its Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream for 2020 on Nov. 16. No more registrations will be accepted until further notice.
  • rolled out 443 notifications of interest to immigration candidates through the Human Capital Priorities Stream on Nov. 12. Nine occupations were eligible.
  • announced that the Ontario Regional Immigration Pilot had reached its intake limit for 2020 on Nov. 5. Applications will resume in 2021.
  • rolled out 726 invitations to immigration candidates today through the French-Speaking Skilled Worker and the Skilled Trades streams of the OINP on Nov. 4.

Prince Edward Island

  • invited 221 immigration candidates to apply through the Labor & Express Entry streams. A further thirty-three (33) invitations were sent out in the Business Work Permit Entrepreneur category. Both immigration results were conducted on Nov. 19.

Saskatchewan

  • introduced ten (10) new points available in the SINP ranking system for bilingual candidates who speak both French and English on Nov. 24. These changes affect both the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand streams of the SINP.
  • invited 551 candidates through the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand streams of the SINP on Nov. 19. Some specific occupations were considered.
  • invited 532 immigration candidates from the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand streams of the SINP. Some specific occupations were considered on November 3.

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